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good morning, america. the american spying scandal growing at this hour. president obama now saying he did not know for years u.s. intelligence was listening to world leaders' phone calls. daring jailbreak. a massive manhunt for four dangerous convicts. their flight to freedom, starting in the jail bathroom. how they followed the plumbing pipes to freedom. michael jackson's notorious dr. conrad murray released overnight, walking out of jail at midnight, asking for his license back. what the jackson family is saying this morning. and for the first time ever, "gma" and the number one latino morning show, joining forces for an unprecedented live television event. we're swapping with univision's "despierta america."
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lara and sam, live from miami. raul gonzalez and karla martinez right here in times square. ♪ superstar enrique iglesias on both shows live. it's a morning first. only on despierta america and "gma"! >> buenos diaz, america! good morning, america. welcome to our friends from univision. hey, guys. karla martinez. and raul gonzalez. they sing before they go on the air. they pray before they go on the air. then everything bounces. number one morning broadcast on latino television. on the number one latino network.
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"despierta america" means? >> wake up, america. >> it's wonderful to have you here. [ speaking spanish ] >> it would be hard to sleep through that. wake up! let's go! >> you have to say buenos dias, america. >> you know who is saying that this morning? sam and lara. they're in miami. on your set. you know where that is. >> hey, guys. >> our two shows are swapping this morning. never been done before. never done before on morning television in history. >> i am thrilled, happy, very excited. thank you. it's an honor to be here. >> we're going to have a lot of fun this morning, but right now, we have to get to the escalating american spy scandal. new suggestions that the president did not know how far it was going. terry moran in germany with the latest. terry, so much anger over there about americans spying across
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that capitol. >> reporter: absolutely, george. this whole story has become a full-blown crisis of trust between the united states and some of our oldest allies. trust. four months ago, president obama stood there at the brandenburg gate, the symbolic heart of germany, and declared that the nsa surveillance programs were bound by the rule of law. they targeted security threats, not the communications of ordinary people. we now know at that moment the nsa was morn toring ordinary europeans and tapping the cell phone of german chancellor, angela merkel. for almost five years, the president had no idea that the u.s. was listening in on the cell phone of angela merkel and 35 other world leaders. the wall street journal citing unnamed sources said it wasn't until an internal review was launched that the president found out about the top-level spying.
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>> we can take steps to put in place greater oversight, greater transparency and constraints on the use of this authority. >> reporter: the white house says that they've stopped spying on chancellor merkel. a german paper revealed that the u.s. embassy is the site of a major american listening post, spying on the german government and on business leaders here in berlin. the leaks and outrage continued to spread. now in spain where documents leaked by edward snowden suggest the nsa man tored 60 million spanish phone calls in a single month. the outrage is palpable. in the press, on the streets. the people in this country feel the nsa has invaded their countries and their privacy. george? >> thanks, terry. let's get more on this from jon karl. they're saying the entire nsa program under review? >> reporter: that's right.
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they're saying nothing of substance about the reports yet but pointing to this review which they say will be done by december 15th. but, the nsa released a statement over the weekend saying that the nsa has never discussed with the president any program involving espionage on german chancellor, angela merkel. the president has to explain to our allies why we have been spying on them and explain why he, the president of the united states, didn't know anything about this for five years. >> hard to believe they wouldn't tell him. mean while, on the domestic front, under continuous fire. kathleen sebelius will go to capitol hill and face a grilling. and more calls over the weekend for her to go. >> reporter: she'll get hammered. take a look at this. over the weekend, underwent a facelift. actually, an unfacelift, you might say. that smiling face of
7:06 am that woman is now gone. we never knew her name. the most famous anonymous woman in america. no longer there. >> not since siri. okay, jon, thank you very much. >> okay, george. now to the growing manhunt for the four escaped inmates on the run after their daring jailbreak. the men following the plumbing pipes of a brand-new jail to freedom. ryan owens is in oklahoma this morning with the latest on all that. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, robin. here it is. the very door those four waltzed right out of early sunday morning undetected. the story of how they got to the door from the inside is something you have to hear. even the sheriff hunting the four admits they're crafty convicted who cooked up quite an escape. >> they were in jail. they had all the time in the world to think about how to do things. >> reporter: the foursome's flight to free some began oust all places the jail bathroom. they unscrewed a metal plate on the shower ceiling. they hoisted themselves up to a crawl space five feet tall and three feet wide. one by one, they followed the
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jail's plumbing system. at the end of the pipes, authorities say the men knocked holes in the concrete. dropped through the holes to the ground floor and walked right out the door. >> this is the door they came out of. >> reporter: the sheriff thinks these four may have been planning their get away for several days, maybe a week. it was early sunday morning just before 3:00 when someone called the cops to say four guys were running down the streets in jail jumpsuits. maybe they were halloween costumes, the caller thought. police soon found the jumpsuits ditched in an alley near the fire station. an account at the jail showed those four were gone. >> as of right now, we haven't come up with any leads so far. we'll just hunt them until we know we've found them. we'll get them sooner or later. >> reporter: these four were here in the county jail waiting to be transferred to a state
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prison on a variety of charges from burglary to drugs. they did not commit their crimes together. they suspect they have already split up, which will make it all all the more difficult to track them down. robin? >> thank you, ryan. we turn to josh for the other developing stories this morning. >> we're beginning with a violent scene at one of the most famous sites in the world. an suv swerving into tiananmen square. burst into flames. you can see them there. the police are not confirming whether the crash was in fact deliberate. the crash killed three people and injured 11 tourists and security guards. a powerful storm bearing down on southern britain. a rescue boat searching for a boy swept out to sea. with waves up to 25 feet and winds nearing 100 miles per hour. two ferries carrying hundreds of people were temporarily stranded. meanwhile on land, trees were blocking roads and rails. 250,000 homes without power so far. a man trying to fly to los
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angeles detained in montreal after agents say they found parts of a potential explosive device in his carryon. they are not elaborating, but they were concerned enough to search a nearby apartment and evacuate surrounding homes. the suspect is now being questioned. here at home, america is mourning the loss of one of its founding fathers of rock 'n' roll. he was one of the most influential figures in rock 'n' roll history. first, as the frontman for the velvet underground. then, on his own. to many, his music embodied the spirit of their america. from the '60s to today. ♪ hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side ♪ >> reporter: with songs we have all heard time and again. like "walk on the wild side." "sweet jane." ♪ oh, now, baby, sweet jane >> reporter: and heroin. ♪ ♪ heroin >> reporter: reed served no
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masters. writing, singing about taboo subjects. ♪ reportedly sober since the 1980s, reed was open about a past of hard drinking and drug use. >> drugs. i stopped. you shouldn't start. >> reporter: he had undergone a liver transplant earlier this year. lou reed was 71. ♪ >> lou reed said his goal was to write the great american novel in the form of record album. as the who's twitter account rested yesterday, rest in peace, lou reed, take a walk on the peaceful side. the red sox taking the lead last night when jonny gomes did that. the cardinals walked david ortiz to get to him. might want to rethink it.
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a three-run shot. and this is how the game ended. kolten wong picked off first. a walkoff pickoff. it ended -- if you were a red sox fan or cardinals' fan, you felt serious pain this weekend once. but for everyone else, two of the more insane games in recent world series history. you're not going to see any more thrilling baseball than you will. >> the entire series has been wild. >> wild, wild. game five on the way. >> all right, thank you, josh. now to frightening new details from police about the ride that malfunctioned, injuring five people at the north carolina state fair. investigators now raising big new questions about what really happened. the operator has been arrested. gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: watch. for the first time, we see the moment when a ride at the north carolina state fair, the vortex, restarted without warning, just as passengers were getting off. the new video obtained exclusively by abc news shows an
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injured person being pulled away. the ride taking off. giving passengers no time to put on safety restraints. >> i heard people hit the metal floor. real loud, multiple hits. >> reporter: this morning, the ride's operator is preparing to face a judge. police arrested 46-year-old tim tutterrow on saturday, saying the vortex's safety system was deliberately tampered with before thursday's accident. tutterrow is charged with three felony counts of assault with a deadly weapon, inflicting serious bodily injury. five people were injured, three still in the hospital, including a 14-year-old. >> it makes me mad to think that anybody would put people's safety in danger. and i'm not mad, i'm furious. >> reporter: police have yet to release any motives. he had worked for the company, family attractions amusements, for four years. he's a married father of two from georgia. his attorney tells abc news tutterrow is devastated.
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now fair officials are saying the vortex ride had a problem with a switch last monday. >> the labor department did inspect the ride to make sure that that problem had been fixed. and it had been. >> reporter: after that, police say the ride was tampered with. family attractions says it has an excellent equipment safety record and never before experienced an incident like this one. fair officials won't say exactly what was allegedly tampered with. experts say it probably involved an override of computer sensors. tutterrow's bond set at $225,000. he will be in court later this afternoon. and, robin, police say more arrests are expected. >> they've been working very hard on this case. now to the latest on conrad murray. he walked out of jail early this morning, two years after his conviction in connection with michael jackson's death. now he's looking to return to medicine. cecilia vega has more. >> reporter: this morning, conrad murray is a free man.
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after two years behind bars in a los angeles jail. overnight, he was swiftly driven away, avoiding jackson supporters who were angrily waiting. his lawyer got in this heated exchange of the jackson fans. >> if you were not so ignorant, you would know he was not convicted of murder. he was convicted of a crime of negligence. he loved michael. michael loved him. >> reporter: murray, convicted in 2011 for administering that fatal dose of propofol that killed michael jackson. he served half of his sentence, getting credit for time served. he's hoping his appeal will not just vindicate him but let him get back to practicing medicine again. court records show he's already filed a petition in texas to have his medical license reinstated there. he hopes to work as a doctor once more in california, too. >> if he doesn't get a favorable result, he's indicated he wants to go to the california supreme court and into federal court, if need be.
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>> reporter: the jackson family is far from happy with the attorney for the matriarch, katherine jackson, released this statement. we hope he can never practice medicine again and will not violate his hippocratic oath and hurt another patient. lawyers for murray say he wants to be with his family and get back to practicing medicine. murray's lawyers say he's willing to go all of the way to the supreme court if he has to to prove his case. but first, she says, the disgraced doctor needs time to adjust to the shock of life as a free man. robin? >> thank you very much. got to be watching to see if he gets the license back. we said we would be checking in live all morning with univision's hit show, "despierta america." lara and sam are there live in miami. the show is one wild ride every morning, we hear. we introduced you earlier to karla and raul. and the rest of the crew. i'm afraid to ask at this point. you have a very special pooch
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that we met. >> yeah. honey. >> honey. >> named after halle berry. she fell in love. >> who don't love here? >> we have her and me, because we're from chihuahua. what i love about these guys, we think we have an energetic morning show. they come on, they say, you're so calm. and it gets wilder all through the morning. >> exactly. it's from 7:00 to 11:00. it's the spirit of the show. our essence. >> lara giving us an inside peek now. >> reporter: imagine waking up every morning to a wild party happening in your living room. welcome to "despierta america." it's the top-rated morning show for hispanic viewers in the united states, who now make up almost 20% of the u.s. population. for the past 16 years, it's been a daily celebration of latin american culture.
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the univision show featuring five larger-than-life hosts who sing their own theme song. ♪ and dance whenever the mood strikes. they'll switch from spanish to english when the occasion calls for it. >> do you want to marry me? [ speaking spanish ] >> reporter: it's become a top stop for a-listers like tom hanks. >> okay. >> reporter: and halle berry. >> welcome to "despierta america." ♪ >> reporter: where else will you see a group of men sitting around singing their favorite soap opera theme songs? here, anything can happen. so grab your dancing shoes. it's going to be a very memorable morning. >> yeah. >> is that typical? the typical flavor of what you
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do every morning? >> our house is an extension of their home. we try to be happy all the time. singing all the time. we get there at 4:00 in the morning, listen to the latin music. and just go like -- >> your nickname is the happiest home in america. >> exactly. not only do we dance for 960 hours a year, we also help them. this represents their home. the one they decided to leave behind to come to the american dream. they have us to help. >> do your directors and producers have any idea what you're doing minute to minute? i'm guessing the cameras have a hard time keeping up with you. >> they do. but they love us. >> that's what we like to do. that's part of the show. it's television. be latino. >> let's go to sam in miami. got to get some weather. >> we are backstage, by the way. the show's been on the air 18 minutes. i think i have lost three pounds. there's a big difference between that show and the show in new york.
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we're going to talk about it this morning. let's get to the boards. we have some stuff to talk about. there's one front moving through the country and all week long we'll be following it. ahead is severe weather. it gets worse as it progresses east. this severe weather expands tuesday into wednesday. omaha, chicago on the outside edge of it. kansas city, oklahoma city, dallas, consider these as powerful as spring storms and it's likely to think that will be that powerful. a big hit of snow behind it. from the mountains just outside of l.a. all the way toward the great lakes.
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>> okay, i've been taking notes while i'm here. we need two more things up there. more music, more food, you guys. i'm taking notes. don't worry. by the time i get back to new york, we'll have it all figured out. >> sam's on it. coming up, chris brown behind bars. charged with attacking a man. he's headed to court today.
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♪ i know you got it in you. >> okay. ♪ it's our two show swapper. the first time it's ever been done in morning television show history. >> you gotta get the shoulders going. >> you have to be loose. go with the flow. go with the flow. >> looks like sam had his dancing shoes on there. or running shoes. we do say good morning, america. [ speaking spanish ] buenos diaz to our dear friends, raul and karla.
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it's nice to have you with us. are you dancing all the time? >> yeah. i have been sitting for the past 30 seconds, i'm like, i want to stand up and dance. >> calm down. calm down, we can't dance here. not like we do in our show. >> you have had great stars on your show. you are really funny because you say we're so quiet in the breaks. there's always laughter and noise around you. >> it's incredible. we dance 960 hours per year. we move. when we wake up. we have energy to our people. >> remind people again what "despierta america" means. >> wake up. >> wake up, america. 16 million. you're number one in latin america. 16 million. >> we love it. our show empowers the latino community. we're the example. we are the american dream. we came with a dream. i came from mexico. he came from venezuela. now we're here with you guys. >> beautiful example, beautiful example. >> let's take a look. lara and sam. first, the dancing. and now the -- >> what's going on? >> all the dancing, josh.
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>> i got a little tightness. i'm bringing this all home, don't worry. all of this is coming back. >> these people know how to do it. >> historic simulcast. tell us exactly what we're seeing here. >> first of all, we can tell you, guys, you don't have that here. we don't have that here. food, and the dancing and everything. by the way, this is karla's sister-in-law. this is the only show. >> she met me brother and they fell in love as soon as they met. now they're having a mexican wedding. she's gorgeous. look at her. >> i love you. you have -- a lot of success. you have alessandro. you have johnny lozada. he used to be in menudo. remember the group menudo. [ singing in spanish ] >> one of the most famous latinos in hollywood.
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instructions not included. >> the reason we're doing this today. univision, abc news, we're joining forces. a wonderful new network starting today in miami. >> it's called fusion. it launches at 7:00 p.m. tonight. we're going to get to that right there. jim avila with an interview with president obama to mark the launch. it's all aimed at 20-somethings. a lot coming up today. the latest on chris brown. he's in a washington, d.c., jail this morning, charged with assaulting a man outside his hotel. abc's paul lafaris with the details. brown already on probation. >> reporter: chris brown in jail this morning and could face the reality of prison time after the latest incident. his third run-in of the year. he's a grammy award-winning rapper. ♪ but chris brown assembling quite the rap sheet. this morning, the 24-year-old
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remains behind bars, charged with felony assault. according to d.c. police, brown and a man with him were arrested early sunday morning after allegedly attacking 20-year-old isaac adams parker outside the "w" hotel in washington, d.c. police say parker sustained a bruised and swollen nose. this video on brown's youtube page shows him shortly before the incident, inside a nightclub where he had been hosting a party. it's what happened next that's in question. the victim says in the police incident report he attempted to get into a photo with brown. the rapper said, quote, i'm not down with that gay expletive. i feel like boxing. brown then punched parker in the face. according to the report, brown's bodyguard threw a second punch but brown's camp claims the victim and a friend were trying to get on brown's tour bus and that brown and his bodyguard were merely trying to stop him. >> the issue is going to be
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whether prosecutors can prove that what he did is a violation of d.c law. if that's the case, he's subject to a violation in los angeles, where he could get up to four years in prison. >> reporter: the latest incident could spell major trouble. brown is still on probation for a 2009 assault conviction involving then girlfriend rihanna. not to mention his run-in with the law earlier this year, fighting with singer frank ocean reportedly over a parking spot. and in june, police investigating a bottle-throwing brawl with drake. inside a new york night club. >> i think this being his third violation, the judge is probably going to throw the book at him. now brown is expected to be released later today. he'll appear before a judge. worst case scenario, roughly four years behind bars, if they can determine he violated the probation. >> thank you, paula. now to the latest on the trial of the utah doctor accused of murdering his wife.
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his former mistress expected to take the stand tomorrow. the prosecution says martin macneill wanted his wife out of the way so he could be with her. abc's ady aditi roy has the story. >> reporter: she is the other woman. >> we were involved a number of years ago. >> reporter: in the trial of martin macneill. prosecutors say he killed his wife, michele, so he could continue his affair with his reported mistress. >> i had an interest board. where i posted things i was interested in. it was instant messenger, he replied to one of the subjects i posted. >> did the relationship become sexual? >> it did. >> how often were you having sexual relations? >> we would see each other about a couple times a month. we would have sex probably half the time. other times it was just lunch. >> reporter: wilson said he gave her a debit card, helped pay for
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her nursing program and moved her into a nearby apartment. >> so he's paying for the housing there? >> yes. >> reporter: prosecutors argue that he gave his wife a lethal dose of painkillers after recovering from facelift surgery, a facelift that prosecutors say he insisted she had. >> i understand martin's wife was found collapsed. he tried to resuscitate her. she was taken to the hospital, coded, and then passed away. >> reporter: he invited his lover to his wife's funeral. >> did you speak to the defendant at the funeral? >> i spoke to him briefly after. i said i hope you're all right. if there's anything i can do, please let me know. >> reporter: macneill eventually moved willis into their home as a live-in nanny. >> was there any question he would have you as a nanny? >> i don't think martin would have had me come and help if his children would have objected to me. >> reporter: willis said the relationship is over, but she
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continues on the stand tomorrow. for "good morning america," aditi roy, abc news, los angeles. >> our thanks to aditi. time for the weather again. sam has gotten out of the massage chair, perhaps you can give us some weather down there in miami. sam? >> i'm just -- i'm just telling you, this show is so wonderful. now besides the food, the coffee, the music, i have to bring the massage chair home. i'm going to be doing carry-on. let's get to the boards. we have one or two things happening this morning. start with the eastern seaboard. the front moving across the country and the change in the temperatures. for the next couple of days, beautifully, comfortably warm. atlanta, 70. washington, 65, jacksonville, 77. you get into florida, miami with a cool morning this morning. but 84 is a picture-perfect temperature for this time of the year. it's not that humid either. meanwhile, to the west, down comes this cold draft, a shot of air here. san diego, phoenix, las vegas, l.a., the pick cities. we're showing you how the temperatures kind of stay on the cloudy side, kind of stay a little messy, and kind of stay on the
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>> you know, and in general, i have to say abc is a good-looking network. but these people are gorgeous. i'm not kidding you. every one of them. you walk around, they're stunning. it's really uncomfortable to be here around all these beautiful people. back to new york. >> even in those crazy hats. >> sam, thank you. coming up, julianne hough in hot water. why her halloween costume is causing such an uproar. and medical miracle. the woman that claims she talked to god while doctors raced to revive her in the hospital. come on back. raced to revive her in the hospital. come on back. ♪ i think it's so groovy now
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and we're back now and we're back now at 7:43 with the halloween hiccup for julianne hough. she dressed up in blackface for a beverly hills halloween party. linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: former "dancing with the stars" pro julianne hough appears to have made a major misstep. this weekend, she posted this picture of herself in blackface on her instagram page. that's hough dressed up for halloween as the character crazy eyes from the netflix series
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"orange is the new black." >> we're all good. >> reporter: she donned an orange jumpsuit covering her face and neck in what appears to be dark bronzer. this morning, her getup is setting off a firestorm on twitter. some calling it a bad call. actress martha plimpton said, it's not hard, white people. do not wear blackface. life will still be okay if you don't ever, ever, ever, wear blackface. okay? great. >> you would think celebrities would know better but people have moments where they weren't triing. >> reporter: six of her friends dressed as inmates from the show. hough was the only one in blackface. the sad thing is, another person tweeted, that not one of her friends told her not to do this. hough since deleted the picture. she released a statement on twitter. it certainly was never my intention to be disrespectful or
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demeaning to anyone in any way. i realize my costume hurt and offended people. i truly apologize. this isn't the first time a celebrity had to do an about face after dressing in blackface for a laugh. ted danson in '94 and billy crystal last year. each drew sharp criticism. >> the last white person that got away with putting on blackface was al jolson. stay away. it's not worth the agitation and aggravation it will cause. >> reporter: for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news. new york. >> her apology is sincere. but i agree. no one around her told her not to do that. coming up, the woman who claims she was at the gates of heaven talking to god. and the exports say she should be believed. and my "play of the day" -- or -- [ speaking spanish ]
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[ singing in spanish ] >> "el video del dia." raul? >> from saturday. >> here we go, guys. from saturday, college football. the ohio state marching band made headlines with the michael jackson dance. i think they outdid themselves again. they are making the "s" for superman. just wait. it gets even better. >> mm-hmm. >> what are they doing? >> what is that? is that a phone booth they're making? >> i think they're doing a phone booth. >> by the way, everybody under 25 is going, a phone what? >> clark kent. is turning into superman,
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leaping a tall building with a single bound. >> check that out. >> a phone booth. >> 225 members of the band marching as one. something new and exciting every week. >> wow. >> look at that. that's amazing. >> it's a bird. it's a plane. no, it's superman! >> that's phenomenal. >> when was the last time you used a phone booth? right? >> exactly. i'm with you, karla. >> look at that. oh, he saves the day. >> oh, wow. >> three, two, one. >> enrique iglesias. go nowhere!
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. big-rig truckers encounter problems driving through heavy overnight winds in the bay area. those winds flipped over six big-rigs and a brand new travel trailer around 580. in emeryville the winds blew down scaffolding and damaged some cars. no one was hurt. those winds have died down. let's talk to mike. 8:12 last night they hit 75 miles per hour. live doppler 7 hd showing showers tapering this morning but scattered showers will redevelop especially in the higher elevations. mid-50s to mid-60s.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and we're making history. >> fantastico. >> two power house broadcasts swapping teams and joining forces in a live tv event to say -- buenos dias. ♪ i don't want to live if a world without you ♪ >> who better to help us celebrate? enrique iglesias. debuting his smash single first. and tonight, a mysterious announcement revealed on "dancing with the stars." the most recent star unexpectedly voted off. >> christina and mark. >> christina milian takes us
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backstage. as we say -- >> good morning, america. [ speaking spanish ] and what a special morning here at "gma." it's also karla martinez and raul gonzalez, they're here us. from "despierta america." and there's lara and sam in miami. doing a little switch. is this exercise? exercises i hear. >> great girls. earthquake girl. that's what we call her. >> what is that? >> those are the tsunami guys. >> we're never going to get lara and sam back. tell us who you have here, honey berry. >> this is our lovely dog.
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her name is honey berry. and our co-host, ana patricia found her on the streets. he's now the most famous dog in the world. she's a little bit diva now. you're pampering her. she's all dressed up. >> she wears the crown well. >> you like that? >> it's very important. people ask why do you mascot in the show. it's important. when our audience comes to the country, they feel alone. we have a good friend here. all the famous people if hollywood, halle berry, gerard butler. mark wahlberg. they all come -- >> look at her sleeping. >> she's saving for a finish. >> i'm watching sam. sam a like, i did not sign up for this. one woman's near-death experience in the hospital. you thing you have heard this a
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lot. she says she met god while she was gone. she's come back, now. and a high-profile expert is backing her story. something of a talker. >> it is a talker. and we're going backstage at the high-stakes "dancing with the stars" rehearsals. just hours before all the couples face e lem nation after last week's let's call it a snafu. >> we don't know if one or two people will be voted off this week. first, the news from josh. the growing spy scandal eroding trust between the u.s. and other allies. the national security agency was spying on world leaders even wiretapping germ. chancellor angela merkel's phone. and that president obama knew nothing about it for five years until ordering an end to it in the summer. meantime, documents leaked by
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edward snowden suggest that the u.s. monitored 60 million phone dmauls spain in just a single month. and a new glitch for the government's health care website. a data center has crashed. shutting down the entire system. meantime, more republicans are calling for the resignation of health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius. she's set to testify before congress later this week. and new details about the deadly police shooting of a california boy carrying a fake assault rifle. vigils are being held for 13-year-old and i wiy lopez. two women are disputing the story. saying deputies did not give lopez a chance to respond once they order him to drop the gun. an autopsy found he was shot seven times. officers say they thought he was about to shoot them. and a shocking sight at a
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youth football game in georgia. this really needs no more narration. gnat is a hot air balloon that ran out of gas making an energy landing on the field. the field cleared just in time. the balloon struck the ground twice. the ambulance was waiting. everyone involved was okay. a new initiative to help military veterans find work. first lady michelle obama will give the keynote address at the workshop hosted by our parent company at disney world. the event aims to help companies hire service men and women trying to transition to the private sector. great stuff there. and finally, who let the ducks in? take a look. cvs. interestingly, honey berry just perked up. automatic doors swing open and
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50 ducks walk into the drugstore. somebody knew just what to do. they dropped popcorn. out the ducks went. look at this snarling guard dog right there. ♪ who let the dogs out >> honey berry is like, i work alone. i work alone. well, as we were saying, it's great to have raul and karla with us. right now, a simulcast. lara spencer is live there at "despierta america." you're going to be live with "pop news." >> hello, my robin. hello, everybody. let's begin with "pop news." a huge announcement for "gma" and "despierta america." so many fans of jenni rivera, taken far too soon in a plane crash. one of her close friends is
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releasing a memoir. it will be titled my crazy life, intimate conversations with my friend, generalmy rivera. it's scheduled for release on february 14th, in english and spanish. [ speaking spanish ] >> yeah. yeah. >> it's your turn now. >> ready? next story. numero dos. when men and women walk separately, they move at their own pace. but when a man walks with a romantic partner, he tends to slow down to match her speed. it's not just about chivalry. men are trying to conserve a woman's energy to optimize
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her -- >> oh. >> whatever they're spending on the study, can i borrow all that money, please? >> hunter gatherer ancestors. we're on to you, boys. >> oh, my gosh. >> does that make sense? >> i don't know. [ speaking spanish ] >> let's walk slow. [ speaking spanish ] [ laughter ] >> all right. thank you. and finally, and finally, everybody. this is -- this is crazy. it's alive. we bring you the living wallet. >> what?
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>> this is designed to keep your spending in check, by scuttling away from your grasp if your funds are low. the wallet runs away from you. it even screams. it will get your partner on the phone if you don't take the hint and stop spending. this is just a prototype. you can see the wallet moving. l it will yell at you and allegedly it will be a real thing. i think it's creepy. it reminds me of the hand on the addams family. >> i don't think it's going far. >> it looks like me and you walking. sam, we have to go weather. >> i'm changing over from this show to that show and i can't do it alone. look how gorgeous she is. this way. this way. and this way,ly be able to hear what is going on in new york. let me take that pauch i have never done a sumimulcast before.
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let me put this on. look at this. this is the way it's done on this show. i cannot compete. the maps right up there. >> okay. >> let's get to the boards. one or two things we would like to share with you. the two of us. i will not do it as gorgeously as this one will. the heavy snow into the northern part of the country. >> wyoming, montana, colorado. some places have blizzard conditions. today and tomorrow, too. be ready. >> meanwhile, on the east coast, it's warm and beautiful. not quite as beautiful as this. i have now lost my job. >> oh, i want to
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>> you have to go down a little bit. >> down a little bit. >> yeah, yeah. >> and back up. >> move back. >> this is the weather, josh. this is what you're missing here. >> i'm so proud of george right now, because the producer said, everybody look at sam. george is like, i'm not looking at sam. nice, nice. >> you just bested me out. >> it was so cute. >> i just want to give a big "gma" welcome to jimina and sam. best of luck in your future endeavors. >> he's not coming back. >> i'm not sure i want him back. a look at what is coming.
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a woman who claims she talked to god. she has an expert who believes her. plus, going inside a very high-stakes "dancing with the stars." just the rehearsals. what is going to happen this week? lord only knows. we know what happens later today. enrique iglesias here. all coming up. on -- [ speaking spanish ] here in times square. look, dad! a blowfish! honey, where's your mother? uhhhh... whoa... we all have a disney side, and the best place to show it is disney parks. so come to the place where the entire family can laugh, let loose, and play together.
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>> you have new music out there. [ singing in spanish ] >> where is enrique? >> we have raul, who needs him? enrique will join us live in a little bit. let's get to the woman who claims she's been to heaven, spoke to god. linzie janis has her story. >> reporter: 36-year-old crystal mcveigh was in the hospital being treated for a rare pancreatic disease three years ago when she was accidentally given more pain medicine than her body could handle. >> basically, i died of a drug overdose. >> reporter: her heart stopped. she says she was at the gates of heaven talking with god. >> i was standing if the most beautiful tunnel of light. no words. it was just effortless communication between us. >> reporter: in her book, waking up in heaven, the schoolteacher
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and mother of four explains why she considered herself an unlikely candidate. >> i was sexually abused for many years in my life. it wasn't that i believed in god, i questioned his sbexisten my whole life. what kind of god could allow this to happen? all of that fell off. >> reporter: she says two times, god gave her the chance to return to her body. she declined the first offer. then -- >> i heard my mother scream my name. i stopped and said,ky tell her i'm okay. he said, the joyce is up to you. i didn't want to come back to my life. i still turned around. i was right back into my body. >> reporter: her experience rings true with man with a similar and now famous story. neurosurge yon eben alexander. >> i would absolutely believe it
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and take it seriously. >> reporter: two people with the same message. heaven is real. for "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> i have read "proof of heaven." it's a fascinating read. is this something you discuss, spirituality on the show? >> yeah. i think the latino community is very spiritual. you can see god anywhere you want to. we're people of faith. our audience is, too. whoever watch this is story will feel it. >> it's amazing. >> nonbelievers, fair to say? >> if you love the dance. back staij of "dancing with the stars." a big fight tonight. the bottom couples getting their second chance after being saved bay voting mishap last week. christina milian has a look at how they're getting ready. >> reporter: tonight could be their last chance to dance.
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jack osbourne and cheryl burke hope to survive with a jaif. you dance as if this is your last dance. >> reporter: bill engvall and emma slater. >> everybody is crunching. >> reporter: both couples still stunned they were not eliminated last monday. >> the way they went about it a little weird. >> jack and cheryl. bill and emma. >> it was just scary. i thought it was going to be us going home. i was saying my good-byes to jack. i was like, jack, i have had the best season with you. you're an amazing person. >> you're safe. >> then backstage, i was like, never mind, i was just joking. >> don't listen to anything i just said. >> we felt someone is going home. we were the only ones not safe. then it's us. we were about to give each other a hug. then they made the announcement. >> you're safe, too. >> reporter: both couples live
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to see another day because incorrect voting telephone numbers were displayed on the screen in several time zones. >> may have resulted in some votes cast for the wrong couples. we got rid of the votes and decided not to eliminate anyone. >> we were in shock. >> i think they did the right thing. >> it was only fair that no one got eliminated. >> considering what happened, there was no choice. >> i don't ever feel like i'm safe. >> the lack of eliminations last week, you don't know if it will be two or one or what's going to happen this week. >> and christina milian joins us. they have to be so nervous. they don't know, sit one, is it two? they don't know. >> the pressure is on. this week, well, tonight, it's going to be a crazy night. last week, nobody got eliminated. the chances are, it could be two people. two people getting eliminated this week. i don't know. they're all feeling the stress.
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working really, really hard. that was scary last week. anytime, i mean, i was in that position. and getting to that time, it's like, it's always you're crossing your fingers, praying. it's not that moment for you. >> do you feel it more and more each week as it goes on? >> oh, yeah. >> a little more pressure, a little more pressure. >> absolutely. the first time, it's scary. as time passes by, you know how much hard work you're putting in and how much fun you're having. it gets scarier to see people go. the pressure does amp up. the last week i was there, i felt it. the beginning of the week i was like -- >> it happened. >> what was it like watching last week? >> i was superhappy for them. i was scared for them. with my elimination, it became real. everybody that whole week was like -- >> i have the next one for you. participant. >> come on. >> oh, no, no. no, no, no. >> come on, you can do it.
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>> america does not want that. >> this week, they just add a new person. and it's you. >> i would be back here very soon. let's put it that way. >> it fits you. >> will it be one? will it be two tonight? we don't know. we'll find out at 8:00, 7:00 central here on abc, "dancing with the stars." okay, now something that you might only see on "despierta america." getting serious about the telenovela. an exclusive club where they rehash twists and turns. it's a boys only club at that. complete with those incredible blazers. let's look what really happen ifs the soap opera club. [ speaking spanish ] >> reporter: there's only one place where the drama in the morning might be more out of control than that in prime time.
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>> we are the -- >> it's like being buddies together. >> like, you know, you're my paparrino. >> no, you are. >> reporter: and every day, on "despierta america" nay gather for a rather surprising moment. breaking down the best moment in their telenovela. >> you never see people, i mean, men, watching soap operas, right? >> we like watching. and there's no -- there's no problem with it. >> it's true. we love it. >> ah! >> reporter: one must be knighted by this all-powerful remote control. >> to be part of a fraternity, you need to do initiation
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process. >> some people hit us with bats. some people hit us with sticks. some used electricity. >> we used a remote control. >> reporter: once initiated, they get to wear the blue blazers. just like here on "gma," no prop is off limits. >> the horse is our -- our mascot. bye, guys. bye, "good morning america." >> oh, yeah. >> we have some -- i mean this is no wedding. this is no christening. this is a coronation of sorts. seconds ago, sam, in fact, joined this very exclusive club. >> the drama. >> it's a fraternity. all of us, whoever wants to be part of it needs to be initiated.
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first of all, we need a jacket. like the blue jacket. >> what color is that? it has seared my retinas. >> it's blue. >> royal blue. >> navy blue. >> it reflects the word guys. the word men. >> we have a huge remote control. >> oh, yes. >> never a guy without a big remote control. >> it's here, guys. >> what's happening? looking good, guys. >> are we okay? >> got to go over it. i got a mike on. >> we have five seconds. >> put the jacket on. >> my jacket's on. three, two, one.
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. we have developing news out of san jose where a woman is dead after she was pinned by a suspected drunk driver. it happened on wable way around 2:30 this morning. police say the driver of a car hit had the woman pinning her against a garage door. that woman died at the scene. the driver, a 27-year-old woman, was taken into custody on suspicion of dui and vehicular manslaughter. neighbors tell police they heard an argument and yelling prior to the incident. an update now on your morning commute. how's it going, sue? >> it's tough out there. it's a monday morning. multiple cal train delays due to two trains taken out of service. up and down the peninsula expect delays in both directions on cal train. let's go outside right now. one of the better commutes over the golden gate bridge into san francisco. still bumper-to-bumper in a lot of places including behind the
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welcome back. some good news if you're trying to travel through the santa cruz mountains rk the showers are tapering right now. if you're heading up to the sierra, still some snow, up to 15 inches at the summit. they're enjoying that. eight to 11 degrees cooler,
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that's the big story today. 50s and 60s instead of 60s and 70s. stray shower possible ♪ ♪ all right. enrique iglesias right here. thank you for coming on. good to see you. >> get another one. how are you, enrenrique. good to have you back. >> you feel at home today, right? >> good to see you, buddy. >> how you doing, sir. >> you met a long time ago. >> started your career.
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>> 1995, el paso. a long time. i'm old. right now, i'm 48. >> yeah, right. >> you're 38? >> no, i'm not, i'm 21. >> you look good. you have great new music coming out. we'll look forward to listening to that. >> have you met honey berry before? >> i love dogs. >> you want to hold her? >> yeah. >> come on, you have to hold her. >> is it a he or a she? >> a she. >> oh, god. media just broke. >> she got this -- >> a little earpiece and everything. >> carr wikarla in from miami. you call it home. what do you love so much about it? >> i moved to miami when i was 9. my good friends live there. there's something about the town. i don't know what it is.
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>> the feel, the vibe. >> every time i try to move away, i come back. >> you can't leave miami. you're always in your boat. >> you do know, carr karla. >> if you love water sports, the ocean, it's a great place to live. it's a melting pot. cuban, american, you don't speak perfect english and spanish. >> that's why we have fusion that we're starting. abc news with univision. starting fusion. this is why we're having the celebration. it is perfect what you describe. >> i'm going to be watching it every morning from what time to what time? 24 hours? >> you got it right there. the first endorsement for fusion. today is the day. abc news and univision getting together. launching a brand-new network. aimed at america's young people. it's on a mission to champion a smart, diverse, and inclusive
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miami. let's go to sam and lara in miami with the anchors of fusion's new morning show. hey, guys. >> let's go. you are the new -- you're the woman who does all of the news here at univision. these are the new fresh face, by the way. they are -- this is pedro, andrade. mariana atencie and yannis pappas. >> congratulations. >> if it's anything like this show, you better have your energy up. >> this is. we've been working three days. >> oh, we can join you. >> they will have it going. >> and we take our cues from you guys and from you guys. we have been well taught. >> do you have advice for them? >> i want to welcome them. this say amazing. you're going to be sleeping very
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little. but you're going to be so happy because you're going to be the first front of information for fusion network viewers. we're so excited. [ speaking spanish ] and we just want to remind our viewers that this fiusion happes today because we're making television history. at 6:57 p.m., univision and abc join forces. tomorrow at 7:00 in the morning, tease guys will be hosting the morning show. >> the morning show for young, diverse, inclusive americans. >> bring your children. bring your children. univision and abc made us. bring your children. >> it's a morning show for a new generation of hispanics who speak english and their friends. [ speaking spanish ]
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>> brooklyn. >> and they're all here coming together to wake up the millennials. what sit that you're expecting? >> hi, how are you? good morning. i have a kit for the mornings. >> i'm going to do some weather. is she ready? [ speaking spanish ] >> you have to wake up early. so, we have this beefl keep in the morning. start with a cup of coffee. >> oh, easy. >> if the coffee doesn't work, you can play this. >> alarm, yes? >> if the alarm doesn't work. you can -- you have this -- [ speaking spanish ]
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[ speaking spanish ] >> no, no, no. [ horn blows ] >> i don't even know who i'm taking it from? "gma"? "despierta "? you have been amazing. i have had the best time. in the last weather on your show, ximenia, you taught me weather terms. let's get to the boards. as we go, we'll do a spanglish thing. >> you learn some words in spanish. i will teach you how to do it. with flavor. >> okay, so here we go. i see thunderstorms. how do i say that? [ speaking spanish ]
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>> with the power. you say tormenta. >> this line if omaha and kansas city. it swings east as we get to the weekend. the east coast should enjoy the weather they have right now. here's the biggest risk of severe storms. maybe pleasant. is that -- [ speaking spanish ] you have to do wit the sound. you have to learn these ones. hot. >> hot. >> caliente. >> caliente.
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>> i know you think this was just for one day. just for one day. but i'm not leaving. i love this town. i am -- i'm staying. i'm staying right here. >> with me. in miami. >> george? i'm staying. and you see why. now we're going to do the weather for univision in just a second. there they are. salsaing up the weather. a natural at that. they're having so much fun this morning with our friends. coming up, a little more. some simple latino dishes that your family will enjoy. with a surprise guest you'll not believe.
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welcome back. we're here with karla. from "despierta america." and we're going into the -- your kitchen. which is good. i'm a california native. i saw we were going to do this. the difference if all mexican food especially, the fresh or the -- or the >> here we have the materials. the necessary things. okay this is the corn flour. you need hot water. it was hot. but the weather is cold right now. that's hot water.
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>> in it goes. you mix it. you have to mix it with your hand, okay, josh? >> get in there? >> yes. make the dough. feel the dough. smell the dough. [ speaking spanish ] [ applause ] come on, josh. i'm so nice to you. i have this one ready. i didn't make you suffer. >> you could have told me that. so this, will look like this. >> this is thick. you need just a little bit more water. now make little -- george, you came. >> that's hot. >> are you ready to make the tortillas with me? >> yes. >> tear it off. >> make little balls like this. >> so miami is doing this as well? >> yeah. >> ours are going to be better. >> these are corn, not flour?
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>> corn flour. my grandmother used to make it by hand. that's the authentic way. now we have this beautiful thing that helps you do it faster. so, you can put the ball here. the little battle ll that you m. >> so tiny. >> little little lit. >> josh, josh, josh! >> oh. >> i can't believe it. [ speaking spanish ] >> i'm so sorry. >> do you want to marry me? do you want to murray me? >> so embarrassing. >> george, the serious guy with the news. hello, how are you? >> that's raul. >> raul! >> oh, my gosh. [ speaking spanish ] >> you're so embarrassing.
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what are you doing here? >> i used to be the maid. i got the american dream come true. for univision. >> i do. >> the smile. the lips. the nose. the ears. [ speaking spanish ] >> this is embarrassing. she's nice. she's not an executive in univigs. >> i am living the american dream. >> my tortilla. >> tortilla. >> logon to for the good recipes. we have the quesadillas, the salsa and chips. enrique iglesias performing next. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] you know -- i don't think josh has recovered from being outside. we're having such a good time with our friends from "despierta america." lara and sam are on the set down in miami. what better way to celebrate this wonderful bilingual morning than with the incredible enrique iglesias, with his new single, heart attack, the first time singing it on tv. the first time performance. enrique, take it away. ♪ ♪ loving you was easy said you'd never leave me ♪ ♪ wrapped around my finger see you when i see you yeah yeah yeah ♪ ♪ now i'm hearing around that you've been running around ♪ ♪ i didn't think i missed you
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now i'm feeling like a fool ♪ ♪ you hit me like a heart attack when you finally left me, girl ♪ ♪ i thought i'd never want you back but i don't want to live in the world without you ♪ ♪ i don't want to live in a world without you ♪ ♪ i don't want to live in a world without you ♪ ♪ never really noticed those are little thing use did you did ♪ ♪ never paugt me roses always was around my friends my friends ♪ ♪ now i'm hearing around that you've been running around i think i'm gonna miss you now i'm feeling like a fool ♪ ♪ it hit me like a heart attack when you finally left me, girl ♪
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♪ i thought i'd never want you back but i don't want to live in a world without you ♪ ♪ i don't want to live in a world without you ♪ ♪ i don't want to live in a world without you ♪ ♪ never should have let you slip away living in a world that's turned to gray ♪ ♪ little did i know it would hurt so bad you hit me like a heart attack ♪ ♪ when you finally left me girl i thought i'd never want you back ♪ ♪ but i don't want to live in a world without you ♪ ♪ i don't want to live in a world without you ♪ ♪ i don't want to live in a world without you ♪ ♪ i don't want to live in a
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world without you ♪ ♪ i don't want to live in a world without you ♪ ♪ now i'm hearing around that you've been running around ♪ ♪ i think i'm gonna miss you now i'm feeling like a fool ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] oh, my goodness. what a morning it's been! raul. karla, thank you. enrique, your beautiful music. he's going to sing another one for us in just a moment. i don't know if we're going to get sam and lara back. >> we can stay if you want to. >> what kind of morning have you had down there? ♪ they're having too much fun to talk with us. >> you got a good-bye from them. how about a final song? tonight? >> yes, sir. >> let's have it. enrique iglesias. >> here we go. ♪ you
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♪ you ♪ i know you want me i made it obvious that i want you, too ♪ ♪ so put it on me let's remove the space between me and you ♪ ♪ now rock your body damn, i like the way that you move ♪ ♪ so give it to me cause i already know what you wanna do ♪ what do you wanna do sno ♪ here's the situation been to every nation ♪ ♪ nobody's ever made me feel the way that you do ♪ ♪ you know my motivation give in my reputation ♪ ♪ please excuse me i don't mean to be rude ♪ ♪ but tonight i'm loving you oh, you know ♪ ♪ that tonight i'm loving you
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oh, you know ♪ ♪ that tonight i'm loving you oh, you know ♪ ♪ that tonight i'm loving you oh, you know ♪ ♪ you look pretty if i ask anything it won't be you ♪ ♪ i know you're ready if i never lost it baby it would be the truth ♪ ♪ here's the situation nobody ever made me feel the way you do you know my motivation is my reputation it kills me ♪ ♪ i don't neen be rude but tonight i'm loving you oh, you
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know that tonight i'm loving you ♪ ♪ oh, you know ♪ that tonight i'm loving you oh, you know ♪ ♪ that tonight i'm loving you note
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. the strong winds that hit the bay area overnight are gone, but some wet weather may be on the way. meteorologist mike nicco has the forecast. mike. >> yeah, we have to wait for the sun to kind of stir the atmosphere. right now everything's stabilizing over the santa cruz mountains where we had showers this morning. stray shower still possible today and tomorrow in our higher elevations. those may step off into our lower elevations. big story, look how cool it is. 56 at half-moon bay to 64 in livermore. accuweather seven-day forecast, mainly 40s next couple mornings, some 30s in inland valleys. we have an accident slowing things back to 580. massive system wide delay for
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cal train. so expect 20 to 30 minute delays both di announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, academy award-winning actor robert deniro, and the 9-year-old star of "bad grandpa," jackson nicoll. plus, your comments and questions when the co-hosts open up the all next on "inbox." all next on "live." now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪

ABC News Good Morning America
ABC October 28, 2013 7:00am-9:01am PDT

News/Business. George Stephanopoulos, Robin Roberts, Josh Elliott. (2013) Karla Martinez; Raul Gonzalez; Mariana Atencio; Pedro Andrade; Yannis Pappas; Enrique Iglesias. New. (CC)

TOPIC FREQUENCY Miami 16, Univision 12, Brown 11, Despierta America 10, Enrique Iglesias 8, Blackface 7, Karla 6, Sam 6, Heaven 6, New York 6, Berry 5, Michael Jackson 4, Abc News 4, Lara 4, Warfarin 4, Volkswagen 4, Tempur-pedic 4, Angela Merkel 4, Corolla 4, California 4
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